RE: two blinkers to identify

From: Derek C Breit (breit_ideas@poyntsource.com)
Date: Mon Oct 31 2011 - 04:01:14 UTC

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    HA! I saw one too at 2:54 UT headed North in Cygnus..
    
    Went from below naked eye to mag 2 in around 6 seconds.. +/-
    
    Love those and want to see more of them..
    
    Derek - Morgan Hill
    
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    From: seesat-l-bounces+breit_ideas=poyntsource.com@satobs.org
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    Of tom
    Sent: Sunday, October 30, 2011 5:52 PM
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    Subject: two blinkers to identify
    
    Hi,
    
    this evening I was doing routine drift alignment on my mount in southeastern
    Mass., and between adjustments I watched the skies. I saw a mag 2 or 3
    blinker at approx. 2351Z  at approx 20Hrs. 40 Min RA and +30 deg. 49 min
    DEC. Saw about 6 blinks about 8-9 secs apart and the last couple dimmed
    before I lost it. 
    
    The second one was at approx. 0002Z at 21H  42Min and 63 deg. 44 min.. I
    only saw 3 or so blinks of mag 2 or 3 before it disappeared.
    
    Wonder if this is enough info. for an ID...
    
    Thanks,
    
    Tom
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